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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1934

DAILY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

Gettle.Kidna pers Are Taken To SellQuntin

-Associated Press Photo
Roy Williams (left) and James Kirk, two of the three kidnapers
sentenced to life imprisonment in San Quentin for the abduction of
William F. Gettle, are shown after they entrained at Los Angeles within
48 hours after their capture. As they entered prison, they remarked,
"Kidnaping is a lousy racket."
Detroit Town Hall Series Will
Open At Fisher Theatre In Fall

The Detroit Town Hall Series of
Wednesday morning ,.lectures will
open its 1934-35 season .this fall in
the Fisher Theatre, it has been an-
nounced by Kathleen Snow Stringer,
director.
The move to the Boulevard will in-
novate a midtown Town Hall in the
geographical center of Detroit. Twen-
ty world celebrities, internationally
May 21, at 7:30 p.m., in the chapter
room. Mr. R. B. Harper, Vice-Presi-
dent of the Peoples Gas Light and
Coke Co., Chicago, will speak on the
subject of "A New Gas Supply and
Its Problems." Refreshments wl
4e served.
Interpretive Arts Society: Tryouts
for membership in this Society will
be held on Tuesday, May 23, 4 p.m.,
Room 302'Mason Hall. Reading from
mempry or from the book will be ex-
pected. Students whose work is known
to Professor Hollister or Professor
Eich may make application without
additional tryout.
Outing fer Graduate Students: The
lilacs in the Arboretum are in bloom.
Gail Brewington will lead a group on1
a walk out to see them and other
things in the Arboretum on Sunday
afternoon at 3:00. All graduate stu-
dents who are interested should meet
at Angell Hall.
Hindustan Club: Regular meeting
Sunday, May 20, 2:30 p.m., Lane Hall.
Hillel Players; Dinner at The Den
Sunday at 6:00 for all members.
Junior A.A.U.W. Drama Section:
The annual picnic will be held Wed-
nesday, May 23, at Flemings Creek,
Geddes Road. Call Veronica Hoff-
stetter, 21947, for reservations by
Monday, May 21.
Stalker Hall:
Sunday, 6 p.m.
Professor Arthur E. Wood will
speak on "Sociology's Function in Re-
ligion." Discussion will follow. All
students invited.
7 p.m., Fellowship and Supper.
Daily at 7:40-7:55 am., Morning
Devotions.
Wednesday at 5:30, hike and out-
door supper.
Dr. Frederick B. Fisher will preach
at 10:45 tomorrow morning at the
First Methodist Episcopal church on
"Nietzsche Reproaches Christ."
Roger Williams Guilding: Sunday,
6:00 p.m., Mr. Kermit Eby, teacher
of history in Ann Arbor High School,
will speak on "Japan." You are in-
vited to come with questions. Other
services: 10:45 Morning worship;
sermon by Mr. Sayles, "The Lord is
My Shepherd." 12:00 Noon Student
Study group at Guild House. Mr.
Chapman, leader. Topic, "What re-

important in their various fields:
current events, psychology, literature,
music, dancing, are coming to Town
Hall.
Victor Chenkin, Russian actor-
singer, will open the series with a
program of continental character
songs in costume. He will be followed
by Edna St. Vincent Millay, Cornelius
Vanderbilt, Jr., Mark Sullivan, Rob-'
ert Maynard Hutchins, Dr. Albert Ed-
ward Wiggam, Margaret Ayer Barnes,
and Will Irwin.
Nellie Taylor Ross, director of the
United States Mint, Dr. Louis Berg,
prison doctor at Welfare Island who
was first to expose the gangster prison
scandal, Julien Bryan, photographer-
lecfurer, direct from Soviet Russia
with new films, "Russia As It Is,"
Charles Batchelder, noted expert and
speaker on foreign affairs will be on
the series. Also coming are Clotilde
and Alexandre Sakharoff, Russian
dancers whose first American tour
will be arranged by S. Hurok, who
launched Monte Carlo Ballet Russe
and Vienna Boys Choir in America.,
Mrs. Stringer has announced that
all seats this year will be on the main
floor, with reserved seats for the
course $20.00, $-15.00, and $12.50, plus
tax. Subscription luncheons in hon-
or of the speaker will follow each
lecture in the private dining room of
L'Aiglon. Seaton memberships may
be reserved now at the Town Hall of-
fice, 533, Detroit-Leland Hotel, Ra.
2300.
sources has the Christian religion for
meeting the modern crisis?"
Fellowship of Liberal Religion (Un-
itarian), Sunday at 10:45 a.m., "Cro-
cuses for Children," a discussion of
child-training by a panel of women.
Dr. Katherine Greene, chairman.
Harris hall: Discussion Sunday at
7 p.m. will be led by the Reverend
Henry Lewis. The general topic will
be "What Fields of Activity are
left to Religion."
Saint Andrew's Episcopal Church:
Serviced of wrship Sunday are: 8:00

Goldsworthy Is
Elected H e a d
Of Glee Club
Cueny, Balmer, S t r a y e r
Are Chosen For Other
cruices
Robert Goldsworthy, '36E, was
elected Varsity Glee Club president
for 1934-35 by the members of the
club Thursday, May 17. He will pre-
side in Warren Mayo's place, who
was this year's president.
The other elections are: Benjamin
Cueny, '34, vice-president; Rowe Bal-
mer, '34, secretary; and Floyd Stray-
er, grad., treasurer.
Michigan's Varsity Glee Club will
bring its campus entertainments for
this year to a climax with the tra-
ditional all-campus sing which will
take place on the grandstand which
has been erected in front of the Main
Library, Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m.
Following a short concert by the
members of the Glee Club there will
be mass singing. Printed copies of
some of Michigan's songs, provided
by the Undergraduate Council, will
be passed to the audience.
Among the selections by the Glee
Club will be: "Rovin,' Rantin' Rob-
bin," "Nellie Was a Lady," "Hundred
Piters," "Down Among the-Dead
Men," and "Long Ago in Alcala."
The last of the out-f-town con-
certs by the Glee Club for this year
will be at Grosse Ile, May 23.
Police Departinent W il
Sell Unclaimed Property
A public auction of all unclaimed
personal property held by th Ann
Arbor Police Department will take
place at 11:00 a.m. Saturday in the
rear of the Fire Station.
In accordance with an ordinance of
1926, everything in the custody of
the police that is not claimed after
30 days is subject to sale, the pro-
ceeds going to the city treasury.
The agenda for this sale includes
four automobiles, a Ford Pick-up, a
Chevrolet coach, an Overland coach,
and a Buick touring.
JURY FREES YOUTH
BEAVER, Pa., May 17. -- (AP -- A
coroner's jury today exonerated fif-
teen-year-old Steve Vrvas, whom po-
lice quoted as saying that he killed his
father to save his mother from being
attacked with a pitchfork. A verdict
of justifiable homicide was returned.
a.m., Holy Communion, 9:30 a.m.,
Church School, 11:00 a.m., Kinder-
garten, 11:00 a.m., Morning Prayer
and Sermon by the Reverend Wil-
liam D. Orr of St. Paul's Church, Al-
bany, New York; 4 p.m., Festival
ChurchkSchool Presentation Service
-speaker The Reverend Leonard P.
Hagger, Archdeacon of the Diocese.
Lutheran Student Club: Regular
meeting at 5:30 p.m. Sunday, at the
Zion Lutheran Parish Hall. The pro-
gram will be put on by the boys of
the club, with E. J. Willis in charge.
Presbyterian Student Appointments
-Sunday:
7:30 Breakfast, Meet atthe Church
House.
10:45 Morning Worship.
5:30 Social Hour and Supper.
6:30 Student Forum. Leader Mr.
Graves, "The Modern Use of the
Bible." Saturday at 2 o'clock the
Outdoor Club leaves Lane Hall for
the Sylvan Estate Country Club.

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SUBWAY CAR CRUSHES TWO
NEW YORK, May 18.-(IP) - A
fist fight carried two men to death
today beneath the wheels of a crowd-
ed train in the subway station at
125th St. and Lenox Ave.
The men, both unidentified, locked
in a cliifch at the edge of the plat-
form and toppled into the path of the
train. They were crushed to death.
One was a Negro. Service on the
track was tied up 21 minutes.
They who but yesterday predicted
the imminence of social rebellion in
this country are today discovering and
pondering the baffling fact that the
fertile soil of America is barren to the
seeds of revolt. - Isaac Don Levine.

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Wirt Again Charges
'Brain Trust' With
Revolutionary Ideas
GARY, Ind., May 18.- (P) -The
charge that "brain trusters' seized
upon normal recovery to sell Amer-
ica their "evolutions" and "revolu-
tions" was made by Dr. William Wirt.
The Gary educator Thursday night
told an audience of fellow townsmen
that business activity in the first part
of 1933 went from 53 to 82 per cent
of normal and called it three times
the greatest advance ever experienced
in this nation's history.
"But the brain trusters would have
none of this recovery," he declared.
"They repudiated recovery, I believe,
because they were so enamored with
their reform schemes that they would
go to any length to obtain them,
"Hence the so-called emergehcy re-
covery acts which impeded that re-
covery were pushed through. These
persons realize that this is the only
chance they will ever have to sell
America their evolutions and revolu-
tions,"

Lydia MENDELSSOHN Theatre
Opening TODAY at 3:15 and 8:15
The First Lady of Our Stage
Mada nec EUGENIE LEONTOVICHI
n her gay and sprightly comedy hit 4
'"Ad So To Bled"4
with ROLLO PETERS and Katherine Wick Kelly
DON'T MISS THE DANCERS!
3 MATINEES - Mon., Tues., and Thurs. at 3:15
The Brilliant American Dancers
uoris HUMPHREY
Charles WEIDMAN
'The happiest creations any dancers have offered New York.
A veritable ovation greeted them!" -- N. Y. SUN
NEW NUMBERS EACH PROGRAM

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